The Clarence Tavern
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The Clarence is the latest gastropub from the people behind the Canton Arms and The Anchor & Hope. It’s on Stoke Newington Church Street and, like those two, it serves excellent food - from rösti to roast hake - and it also has a roomy back terrace that’s completely protected from the elements.
Outside Seating: Yes
The Clarence Tavern on Stoke Newington Church Street is the latest pub from the Anchor and Hope, Canton Arms people, and it too has a European-tinged menu of food you’ll want to eat all year round. Expect things like marinated tomatoes and burrata, bavette and chips, and lemon sole with brown butter.
Delivery Status: Collection and local delivery from Stoke Newington.
The Clarence Tavern is the latest gastro-pub from the same people as the Anchor and Hope and The Canton Arms - two of London’s most family-friendly restaurants, ft. pints. The local delivery service from this Stoke Newington spot has crowd-pleasers like lamb pie, gratin dauphinois, salad, chocolate mousse, and treacle tart. There’s also a tonne of produce and nibbles to keep everyone going before and after.
This Stoke Newington spot is from the people behind The Canton Arms and The Anchor and Hope. They’re now delivering family meals like chicken pie and duck cassoulet for three, as well as wine and beer. Order here before 6pm for next day delivery.
The Clarence Tavern has re-opened in Stoke Newington. It’s been taken over by the team behind the Canton Arms and Anchor and Hope, and is serving a seasonal menu including things like Turkish-style onion salad, confit duck leg with lentils and green sauce, and chicken and bacon pie.